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Parmjit Singh, Partner

Parmjit Singh

Partner

Head of Diversified Industrials and Head of India Business Group

Languages

Punjabi

Practice areas

  • Brexit
  • Diversified industrials
  • Real estate development and regeneration
  • Real estate investment

Practice notes

Brexit and the legal implications for businesses Parm is Head of Eversheds' Diversified Industrials Group, responsible for our industrial, chemical, automotive, defence and aerospace sectors. His role involves co-ordinating our approach to the large number of clients that we advise internationally in these sectors. Parm helps facilitate the sharing of know-how and best practice amongst our lawyers who specialise in these sectors. The aim of our Diversified Industrials Group is to increase our presence and market share by understanding client needs, their business and how we can add value to our advice.

Parm is the founding member of Eversheds' India Group and is currently Head of the Group. Parm and colleagues visit India regularly on trips to its main cities meeting our clients doing business in India and Indian companies looking to do business outside of India. Parm is client partner for a number of Indian companies including Aditya Birla Group, Axis Bank, Flemingo Duty Free and Sequoia Capital.

Parm regularly participates in "thought leadership" events, chairing panel discussions and hosting workshops on major issues affecting the diversified industrials sector. Parm also speaks at international conferences on the opportunities available to foreign companies looking to invest into India and the challenges that those companies will face prior to and after making any investment.

Parm's work in the UK is split between urban regeneration, development and management/investment. He was recommended as a leading lawyer in Real Estate Legal 500.

Parm is a member of the UK India Business Council and The City UK India Group.

 

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